Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, December 29, 1927, Page 4, Image 4

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    FOUR
VERNONIA EAGLE
Greetings to the Legion.
arsenate have been used.
with some conifers in the inside 'tie castor oil on a cheesecloth pad
I have no other way to send
Experiments and investigations ruws.
once a month helps to keep patent
Christmas greetings to my boys, have demonstrated that the best
leather uppers
on shoes from
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dexter and onjy through the paper. To the success in growing forest planta-
“Inside” Information
cracking.
Mr. and Mrs. P. \ an Ness of Port- COmmander and all officers of tne; tions and windbreaks in the Great
Rabbits can be cooked in any
A rough practical test for de­
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region
of North Dakota and of the ways chickens are cooked,
Mrs. E. McCay of Portland spent ¿and visited at the home of Mr. American Legion, I wish you a r Piains
termining whether the air rn a
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and
according
to
their
degree
of
tend
­
Mark
E.
Moe
Monday.
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very
merry
Christmas
and
a
happy
Christmas with her mother, Mrs.
! eastern Montana results from meet-
room is too dry is to observe the
new year.
Dora Washburn.
i ng the following requirements: erness.
R. V». Tousley of Lewiston, Idaho and prosperous
inside windows on a cold day. If
AUNT
SALLY.
good
when
boiled,
Parsnips
are
j
Summer
fallow
during
the
year
frost forms freely on the inside
Louis Kestner of St. Helens, was in Vernonia for Christmas vis-
up
in
a
white
sauce
I prior to planting; cultivation as peeled, and cut
of the glass there is no doubt but
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
deputy sheriff, was here on busi- iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.
I long as horses can be worked be- to be reheated in a casserole or
J. Tousley.
that the inside air has sufficient
G. W. Plumer, Pastor.
ness yesterday.
I tween the rows; careful selection baking dish in which they go to
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humidity.“ If there is no sign of
| M. E. Carkin was taken to Port-
The Sunday school will meet at of kinds of trees used. The trees the table,
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. McNeill spent ._..J
( ‘J yesterday afternoon for med- 9:45
frost the air is likely too dry.
"" a.m. 1. Sermon subject for 11 recommended for this part of the *
Smoked Finan Haddie is a good
the week end in Portland visiting . ical attention. An intestinal disor- a.m. will be, “Spending Our Years, ft j northern
Great Plains region are fish to serve in winter time. Cut
When you buy sheets at the
relatives and friends.
the
cause
of
his
Christian
Endeavor
7
p.m.
The
8
i der is said to be
Caragana, boxelder, green ash, it in pieces simmer until tender, January white sales, be sure to
| p.m. theme will be “Is It Well j northwest poplar, white and Chin-
B. G. Graves and Geo. Blair of illness-
and then pick from the bones and get them long enough and wide
With Thee?”
l cse elms, Jack and Scotch pines, serve in a cream sauce.
enough, so they can be tucked In
St. Helens attended the Legion ban-
Roy Brady and family left yes-
Black Hills spruce and Colorado
When taking ashes out of the at the foot and the sides, and
quet and installation here Tuesday terday for a visit with friends and
Departmsnt of Agriculture
blue spruce. These requirements ash pit, sprinkle them if possible turned over the blankets at the
night.
Press Service
I relatives in Forest Grove and Cor-!
dairy are believed to be necessary rather before handling. A small watering top edge, to protect them. Measure
Intelligent
selection
of
nelius.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Johnson and nellus-
animals is one of the most im- generally through the great Plains pot kept near the furnace assists your pillows before you start out
children spent the Christmas holi-
D g Reasoner spent the Christ-!
up a west of the 98th meridian. Very. materially in keeping down dust. to buy pillow cases, so you will
i portant steps in building
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days with their folks in La Grande. mas holidays in North Plains and
I successful shelterbelts have been
A light, even oiling with a lit- know what size to get.
high-producing herd.
Miss Ruth Holaday, who is at-'
J511» his <laughters-
The dairyman of limited means grown in this region when due
tending a Portland business college, rcturnec'
uesday.
is the one who can least afford care has been taken. A typical
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Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Rogers left'the great losses that come from i shelterbelt plantation would be in
la strip about 100 feet from the(
Tuesday for Seattle, Wash., where using a poor sire at the head of his buildings, 100 feet wide and about'
JOHNSON’S ELECTRIC Mr. Rogers plans to study at the herd.
Canadian farmers this fall sow­ 400 feet long. On the outside is
University of Washington for the
FLOOR POLISHER
ed 1,009,000 acres of wheat, it is planted a hardy shrub as a snow
next two months.
estimated as compared with 823,- catch, followed by hardwood species
AND MOP
Mrs. Everett Fowler of Los An- 000 last year. This fall’s sowing
than in the
Wax and polish your floors, geles, Calif., is spending the holi- was slightly greater crop
this year
with her fall of 1925. Of the
days
in
Vernonia
visiting
lineoleums, etc., in one-fifth niece, Mrs. D. C. John, and her i less than 4 per cent was from
fall
the ordinary time. The easy mother. Mrs. Jessie Brown, who is sown wheat.
way. Rental, $1 per day or here visiting from Kentucky.
There is no best breed of dairy
cows. Good cows and poor cows
part of day.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. King of Kea- may be found in any breed. It
HOFFMAN HARDWARE sey entertained the foilowing rel­ is not especially important which
atives over the Christmas holidays: breed you select, but it is all im­
for 1928
Mrs. Christal Cramer of Los An­ portant that you select good in­
geles, Calif., L. R. McReynolds of dividuals of the breed. In decid­
Beaver, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Robert ing on the breed, however, it is
King of Vernonia, and Miss Doro­ usually best to choose one that
HAPPY NEW YEAR
is our wish for all
thy McDaniels, Miss Florence King, it common in the neighborhood.
Mrs. Jack Wilson, Benn Wenner
With the increase in aviation
and best wishes
and John McRoberts of Portland.
Nehalem Valley Folk
the new service of the Weather
Bureau in furnishing weather data
for 1928
for flyers at 8:15 a.m. each day,
For 5 years Dr. Luzader, is highly important to those in
eyesight specialist, has been the work, The weather reports re-
making monthly visits to Vernonia. ceived at 8:00 a.m. are broadcast
BAKER’S PLACE
His next will be Feb. 6 and 7, on three wave lengths, so that
office at Kullander’s. Have your aviators can get them much sooner
eyes examined.—adv.
than the ordinary weather reports,
A. L. KULLANDER
which are entered on the weather
public
places
about
9:30
maps in
a.m.
When the time comes for put-
ting the incubator into service for
the spring hatching of chickens it
should, be cleaned thoroughly and
disinfected to destroy disease or­
ganisms before tho eggs are placed
in it. Be sure that all down and
dirt have been removed from the
incubator, and disinfect the in­
terior of the machine as well as
the egg trays and nursery drawers
an efficient disinfectant, such
saponified cresol solution,
the campaign against
stem rust of small grains, more
than 15,000,000 common barberry
bushes have been killed, including
6 800,000 original bushes,
more
than 8,000,000 seedlings, and over
300.000 sprouting bushes. About
8,000 000 have been grubbed, pull­
ed, or dug and over 7,000,000 kill­
ed with chemicals. Salt is the most
effective and cheapest chemical for
this purpose. Twenty pounds of salt
applied to the base of a midsized
barberry will kill it. Over 1,500
tons of salt have been used for
lesser
this purpose, In addition
quantities of kerosene and sodium
is spending this week at the home
t Dr. and M rs'. M. D. Cole.
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RANK OF VERNONIA
Classified Advertising
FOR SALE—Four good work horses
for sale, cheap. Inquire of W.
Harris.
192*
3 ACRE FARM 15 acres cleared
orchard, garden, 7 room house,
chicken house, balance mostly oak,
some fir, will give terms.
Wardle, Vernonia, Oregon.
Reithner’s
Leaders of
Style and
Quality
Vernonia’s
Progressive
Store
PIANO near town, beautiful instru­
ment, bargain for quick sale. If
interested write A. Ward. Factory
Piano Adjustor, 521 Knott Street,
183*
Portland, Ore.
s
FOR SALE—$165 Victrola, practi­
cally new, with 12 records, for
$50. Write Box 432, Vernonia or
inquire at Riverview grocery. 174*
Wishes the people of the
Nehalem Valley
A very happy
and prosperous
New Year.
FOR SALE—G. A. Kelty 84 acre
farm with implements. One mile
south of Clatskanie, Oregon. Own­
er wants to go east to care for
aged mother. For terms call at
farm or address above.
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We thank von for vonr
patronage
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Phone 801
Vernonia
Oregon
HARDWARE
tVe wish you all a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FOR SALE—40 acres of logged
off land
-mile from city lim­
its, $500, small payment down.
See Judge D. B. Reasoner, city
hall.
174
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Headquarteif«
for Ladies’ and
Children’s shoes
HOFFMAN
MISCELLANEOUS
LOANS—The Washington County
NFLA of Hillsboro, Oregon has
extended their charter to make
loans through the Federal land
bank of Spokane to farmers in
Columbia county. Interest on loans
in the federal land bank are at
a 5Hr; rate. Anyone wishing fur­
ther information write. A. R. Er.g
land nt Hil’sboro. Oregon.
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Mail Orders
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Promptly
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The Vernonia Eagle
wishes you a
Happy New Year